Math 2
Calculus with Algebra and Trigonometry
Last updated March 1, 2005
General Information

Calculus: Single Variable, Alternate Version, Second Edition
by Deborah HughesHallett et. al.
Published by Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
ISBN: 0471361135

This is the same textbook used in Math 1; if you do not have a copy
already, it should be available at Wheelock Books.
Instructors:
Chris Storm Email: chris.storm@dartmouth.edu 
Office: 1M Bradley Hall 
Office Hours:
Mon: 10:0011:00am
Tue: 1:002:30pm
Wed: 1:002:00pm
and by appointment 

Erik Tou Email: erik.tou@dartmouth.edu 
Office: 1S Bradley Hall 
Office Hours:
MW: 2:003:30pm
Tue: 10:0011:00am
and by appointment 

Lectures:
Section 1: Chris Storm 
MWF 8:45  9:50 Th 9:00  9:50 (xperiod) 
219 Wilson Hall 

Section 2: Erik Tou 
MWF 10:00  11:05 Th 12:00  12:50 (xperiod) 
104 Gerry Hall 

The IAS Program in the First Year Office is running study groups for
this course. Classes will be broken up into small groups for the purpose
of reviewing the previous week's materials and for doing homework. An
undergraduate tutor will direct each group. Tutorials will meet in the
evening on Tuesday and Wednesday. If you are not currently in a
study group, contact your instructor for more information.
Tutors:
Bibhuti Mainali 
Kiran Parkhe 
Maryanna Quigless 
Christopher Vale 

Study group information:
Tuesdays: 
78:30pm  Bibhu Mainali Basement Study Lounge, French (River Cluster)

78:30pm  Chris Vale 1st Floor Study Lounge, Richardson

8:3010pm  Maryanna Quigless 4th Floor Study Lounge, Zimmerman

8:3010pm  Kiran Parkhe Basement Study Lounge, Cohen (Choates)


Wednesdays: 
78:30pm  Bibhu Mainali 1st Floor Study Lounge, Richardson

78:30pm  Chris Vale Basement Study Lounge, French (River Cluster)

8:3010pm  Maryanna Quigless Basement Study Lounge, Cohen (Choates)

8:3010pm  Kiran Parkhe Basement Study Lounge, MidFayerweather


Homework will be assigned weekly, and will be due each Monday at the beginning of class. New
assignements will be posted on the course webpage on Monday after class (no later than 6pm).
Each assignment will be worth 7 points, and total points will be scaled between the two sections
(see Grades section). Late homework will NOT be accepted.
Some things to note while working on the homework:
 Write your name on each assignment. This probably sounds obvious, but is sometimes
easy to forget.
 Label the problems. Each problem should be numbered, and its page number indicated.
Also, make sure your handwriting is legible; if the instructors can't read your
solution, they can't give you credit.
 Make sure to show all work for each problem, whether you complete it or not. Your
instructors want to give you points, so the more work you show us the better.
 Don't be afraid to use a little extra space to write out each problem; if necessary,
use a whole page for a difficult exercise.
 If you have a question about the homework, feel free to email the instructors, visit
them during office hours, or make an appointment.
There will be a total of 7 quizzes throughout the term, given on Thursdays or Wednesdays (check the
syllabus for exact dates). At the end of the term, your
lowest quiz score will be dropped from the final calculation.
There will be two exams and a final in this course:
Exam 1: Tuesday, January 25, 6:008:00pm, 028 Silsby Hall.
Exam 2: Thursday, February 17, 6:008:00pm, 028 Silsby Hall.
Final Exam: Saturday, March 12, 105 Dartmouth Hall.
The grades in this course will be calculated as follows:

number 
points each 
total points 
Problem Sets: 
8 
7 
56 
Quizzes: 
7* 
15 
90 
Exams: 
2 
50 
100 
Final Exam: 
1 
74 
74 
Total Course Points: 


320 

* Your lowest quiz score will be dropped from the final calculation. 
Homework grades will be scaled to match between the two sections; that is, if one
instructor gives harder or easier grades with respect to the other, the overall
totals will be weighted to reflect a similar distribution of points between the
two course sections.
Also, extra credit questions will be given periodically throughout the term.
On Exams and Quizzes: No help given or received.
On Homework: Working together is permitted and encouraged, but
NO COPYING.
You are welcome to work in groups to discuss the ideas and specific
problems (also feel free to discuss with your instructors, tutors,
and anyone else you may find). However, each student is expected
to produce the final written homework set individually and
independently.
Students with disabilities who will be taking this course and may need disabilityrelated
classroom accommodations are encouraged to make an appointment to see the instructor as
soon as possible. Also, they should stop by the
Academic Skills Center
in Collis Center to register for support services.